Following the collision at 10.15 a.m. this morning (Monday 7th March) on Mythop Road in Weeton, reported earlier today by Lytham St.Anne’s News, more information has been shared.
A car and a lorry were involved in the collision and two people were treated for injuries at the scene by North West Ambulance Service They were then taken to hospital. Two fire engines and multiple Urban Search and Rescue Vehicles attended the incident, along with Lancashire Police.
Police immediately put a road closure in place on Mythop Road, close to the junction with Church Road.
A Police spokesperson said: ‘We were called at shortly after 10.15am today (Monday, March 7) to a report of serious collision on Mythop Road at Weeton between a car and a lorry. A man has been taken to hospital with serious injuries.’
A spokesperson for Lancashire Fire and Rescue Service added: ‘Two fire engines from South Shore and Wesham supported by multiple Urban Search and Rescue Vehicles from Chorley Fire Station attended a road traffic collision on Mythop Road, Weeton. The incident involved a car and one lorry. Firefighters assisted medical personnel and worked to make the scene safe. Two casualties have been treated by North West Ambulance Service and have been conveyed to hospital. Crews were in attendance for one hour and thirty minutes.’